I should confess that I really like rock-star biographies (if I would’ve had talent of any kind and grew up a totally different person, I’d love to be a rock star). And even though I typically stay away from autobiographies, this was a good read. Clapton doesn’t take himself too seriously and you don’t get the impression that he’s painting himself in an unrealistically good light. And the bottom line is that he came of age in the golden era of British rock. If you like these kinds of books, this is a fun and interesting read.